The Carter G. Woodson Institute, U.Va.

The Carter G. Woodson Institute

for African-American and African Studies at the University of Virginia

After College, What's Next? A Post-Graduation Workshop

Students often ask us, "What can I do with this major/minor?" or "What am I qualified to do once I graduate from college?" -- have you ever wondered? How can you market your AAS or AS degree? What kinds of jobs are available? What about graduate or professional school? This will be a useful experience, regardless of your academic year at U.Va. Refreshments will be served before and after the event.


Minor 125

AAS Soul Food Dinner

---Catered by Mel's Cafe

AAS & AS Students,  We are looking forward to hosting you at this special, informal event to celebrate the end of classes and to fortify ourselves for papers and exams​. Please try and RSVP through the invitation you received earlier this week. 

This has been a very difficult few weeks for all of us and hopefully, this will be a time to gather informally, decompress a bit, to share some time together talking about how to bring about CHANGE and healing.

The Slave and the Language of Death

"The Slave and the Language of Death," a lecture by Simon Gikandi of Princeton University.

Where: Minor Hall Auditorium
When: Monday, 02/09/2015 at 5 p.m.

Free and Open to the Public

Coffee and refreshments will be served from 4:45 p.m., a little before the start of the event.

Professor Gikandi will be delivering the Rushton lecture hosted by the Department of English and the Carter G. Woodson Institute.


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